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ne
1) introduces subordinate clause after verb of fearing; 2) introduces an independent use of the perfect subjunctive: negative iussive; 3) introduce a positive subordinate clause after verb of hindering ("from")\
non potest
introduces a negative expression of doubt
nescio
1) introduces a negative expression of doubt 2) introduces an indirect question?/statement?
non fieri
introduces a negative expression of doubt
fieri non potest
"it cannot come about" commonly introduces negative expressions of doubt
dubito
introduces a negative expression of doubt
dubium
introduces a negative expression of doubt
quominus
introduces a negative expression of doubt OR a positive expression after a verb of hindering/preventing
quin
introduces a negative expression of doubt; "but that" or "without"
ne non

ut
1) introduces a result clause; 2) introduces clause after verb of fearing
dum
means "for/until such time as" or provided that" with the subjunctive;
prius/quam
"before" used similarly to "dum" in calling for subjunctive
ante/quam
"before" used similarly to "dum" in calling for subjunctive
dummodo
dum; look for "dum" rules to apply
modo
dum; look for "dum" rules to apply
utpote qui
"as is natural for one who" + subjunctive
nuli
introduces a negative expression of doubt
nonquam
introduces a negative expression of doubt
nemo
introduces a negative expression of doubt
do
calls for a gerundive; "grant"
peto
calls for a gerundive; "asking""
curo
calls for a gerundive; "taking care of"
impedio
calls for the subjunctive; "I hinder"
prohibeo
calls for the subjunctive; "I hinder"
cum
"since" or "although" with the subjunctive
ad
"for the purpose of" with gerund or gerundive
qui
introduces a relative clause in indirect speech (calling for subjunctive) OR introduces a causal/generic clause (characterizing something/one in main clause)
tam
introduces a result clause w/ut
tanta
introduces a result clause w/ut
noli
introduces negative iussive: independent use of the subjunctive
nisi
introduces a conditional statement; "unless"
si
introduces a conditional statement;"if"
quot
introduces an indirect question; "how many"
quid
introduces an indirect question; "what"
cur
introduces an indirect question; "why"
quo
introduces an indirect question; "to where"
"cornus" can only be what form of the 4th neuter singular?
genitive for "horn" or "wing of the army"
"cornua" can be either of these two cases
nominative or accusative plural for "horn" or "wing of the army"
"both"
uterque, utraque, utrumque
quis
can only be m/f nominative singular "who?"
quisquam
anyone, any normally: "nec quisquam": "not anyone, "and no-one"
quisque
"each and every" "everyone"; usually "optimus quisque": "each and every best (male)"/"all the best men" OR "pessima quaeque":"each and every wicked woman"/"all the most wicked women"